Basic questions about Clonix41 & Nov32/64?

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Basic questions about Clonix41 & Nov32/64?

Postby aceridge » Sun Mar 15, 2009 5:36 am

Hi all,

Have recently visited Diego's Clonix41 site as the product sounds interesting but am confused about it's purpose/range of functions & how it overlaps with the Nov-32/64 modules :? . A simple explanation would be much appreciated as it sounds like a benficial add on to my HP41CX.

Cheers,

Michael
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Re: Basic questions about Clonix41 & Nov32/64?

Postby Garth » Sun Mar 15, 2009 11:52 pm

I know you have gotten a lot of answers so far on the MoHPC forum, but it would be good to contact the makers of the modules at their own websites and let them know this new forum is here and ask them to post their own answers here. I would like to see a lot of the 41 conversation come here as I believe the 41 meets a need that the other calculators cannot. It is the only HPIL enabled calculator ever. (I have a couple of 71's too, but the 71 is a hand-held computer which, although far more powerful than the 41, is not as practical for calculator use, IMO. I really like the 71 a lot, but not for the same applications I use the 41 for. I have a 75 also, but it is even too big to be called a hand-held computer.) I'm not very interested in most of the things the MoHPC forum talks about, so I was glad to find this one that is more focused.

Clonix: http://www.clonix41.org/
MLDL2000: http://www.kuiprs.nl/hp41.htm
http://WilsonMinesCo.com (60 HP-41 links on the links page)
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Re: Basic questions about Clonix41 & Nov32/64?

Postby aceridge » Mon Mar 16, 2009 11:39 am

Thanks for the response Garth & agree there is a place for a specialised HP41C forum like this one but I guess it will take time for it to be known more broadly.

I have sent emails to Diego & last weekend he advised he was in the Caribbean & would not be home for a while. Expect he will provide further comments after he gets back "on deck".

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Michael
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